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Princess Margaret Wanyana Mbalule Lyn was born on 4th August 1953 to the Late Prince James Julian Mbalule and the Late Omuzana Gertrude Mbalule.

Children: Four children (3 boys and 1 girl).

Julian Gitta 2nd May 1976

Then Andrew Okello 28th February 1983

Then Darren Okello 2nd January 1985

Then her only daughter Trudy Okello

Only one of Lyn Wanyana’s children had children.

Julian Gitta’s children:

Madinah Gitta (girl)18th September 1998 now 22 years old

Ishaq Gitta (boy)12th May 2000 now 20 years old.

Sara Gitta (girl) 17th October 2002 now 18 years old.

Sumayyah Gitta (girl) 23rd January 2004 now 17 years old.

Rahma (girl) 14th January 2010 now 11 years old.

Muhammad Gitta (boy) 27th January 2011 10 years old.

So she had 6 grandchildren from her eldest son and wife Salema Choudhury.

Education Background

  • Masese Co-Education School.
  • Buckley Girls High School – Iganga (PLE).
  • Iganga Senior Secondary School (East African Certificate of
  • Education) 1967-1970.
  • 1971: Left Uganda for United Kingdom for Studies and studied Nursing.
  • 2002; Went back to study for a Bachelor of Sciences in Nursing (Bruce University – UK).
  • 2004: Masters Degree in Nursing (Bruce University – UK).
  • 2014: Retired at her home in Tap low Yorkshire, London (UK).

Career Background

Lyn Margaret Wanyana served in several Hospitals across the South of England in the UK, among which were Ealing, Southhall and was promoted to the rank of District Health Visitor.

Princess Margaret Wanyana Mbalule Lyn  passed away in London on Saturday 23rd January 2021.

Burial will take place at Namunhingi-Kamuli District on Monday 15th February, 2021 staring with a service at 12:00noon.


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    Miriam Nakato says

    May Lyn’s soul rest well.

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    Sister Halimah says

    May your soul finally rest, from the pain and suffering of the world. May the creator of the heavens and earth give all your family patience and the strenght to heal from your passing. Ameen.

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    Miriam Kadama says

    May Lyn’s Soul Rest in Peace!

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    Juliet A Kwoba-Abungu says

    May the soul of Lyn rest in eternal peace🙏🏾

    May God comfort the entire family🙏🏾

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    Lea Kafuko says

    The Lord has called you home, knowing that you have left this world a better place than you found it. 🙏🏿In the hearts of your children and grandchildren. 🙏🏿 Rest in Peace Aunty Lyn.🙏🏿

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